Monday, November 23, 2009

Collaboration and Consensus

Start with the alternative with the most votes and ask: “It looks like this one got the most votes – how about if this one stays for now?” If everyone agrees, then circle it. The go to the alternative with no votes, or the least, and ask: “OK, this one didn’t get any votes – can we eliminate it?” If no one objects, draw a line through it. If someone strongly objects – ask why. Give them time to make their case, and then move on to the next.

Read the rest of Dan McCarthy on how to maximize collaboration and reach consensus in less than an hour.

[And no, it doesn't involve a whip.]

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